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childish;immature
puerile ADJ
branch of medecine treating disorders of the skeletal system and tissues related to movement
orthepedics N
a teacher
pedagogue N
-a person who pays excessive attention to learning rules rather than to understanding
-a scholarly show-off
pedant N
something that has a real or independent existence
entity N
-a person or thing of no importancce
-something that does not exist or exists only in the imagination
nonentity N
-basic element;identifying charachteristic
-substance in concentrated form obtained from plant or drug
-perfume
essence N
about to die or end
moribund ADJ
-to shame
-to discipline oneself by denial
mortify TR.V
-an examination to determine cause of death; autopsy
-an analysis of something that is over
postmortem N
the act of painlessly killing a suffering person or animale;mercy killing
euthanasia N
possessed at birth;inborn
innate ADJ
-childlike;unsophisticated
-gullible
naive ADJ
emerging; coming into exsistence
nascent ADJ
-a rebirth; a renewal
-revival of humanism in 14th century-16th century europe
renaissance N
NASCOR, NASCI, NATUM
<L."to be born"
<L."to be born"
NASCOR, NASCI, NATUM
THANATOS
<G. "death"
<G. "death"
THANATOS
MORIOR, MORI, MORTUUM
<L. "to die"
<L. "to die"
MORIOR, MORI, MORTUUM
SUM, ESSE, FUI, FUTURUM
<L. "to be"
<L. "to be"
SUM, ESSE, FUI, FUTURUM
PAIS, PAIDOS
<G> "child" or "boy"
PUER
"a male child"